What is the Church’s teaching on the medical treatment of victims of sexual assault?

As for the Catholic moral teaching on the medical treatment of rape victims, the 2001 document of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services, states:

Compassionate and understanding care should be given to a person who is the victim of sexual assault. Health care providers should cooperate with law enforcement officials and offer the person psychological and spiritual support as well as accurate medical information. A female who has been raped should be able to defend herself against a potential conception from the sexual assault. If, after appropriate testing, there is no evidence that conception has occurred already, she may be treated with medications that would prevent ovulation, sperm capacitation, or fertilization. It is not permissible, however, to initiate or to recommend treatments that have as their purpose or direct effect the removal, destruction, or interference with the implantation of a fertilized ovum. (36)