- tending to cure or restore to health
"curative powers of herbal remedies"
- a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain
- After curative epilepsy surgery: see “Epilepsy”.
- curative measures taken in respect of plants and plant products:
- curative measures against organisms harmful to plants or plant products:
- Curative redispatching or countertrading shall be envisaged in case lower cost measures cannot be applied.
- natural mineral waters used at source for curative purposes in thermal or hydromineral establishments.
- Curative re-dispatching or countertrading shall be envisaged in case lower cost measures cannot be applied.
- access and use of preventive and curative health care facilities, as well as of long-term care services (population survey),
- to meet medical demand by formulating preventative and curative measures, in particular in the event of an emergency;
- To this end, there is a need for a policy to promote better working conditions, and improving preventive and curative healthcare.
- Germany has indicated that the measures listed above in recital 14 constitute a basis for specific advice to farmers for appropriate preventive or curative action.
- In this context only disease prevention measures need to be considered, as no aid is given to curative measures or to compensate losses.
- Member States shall appoint a body or bodies responsible for receiving information relevant, in particular, for formulating preventative and curative measures, in particular in the event of emergency health response, from importers and downstream users placing mixtures on the market.