Duggal, Daniels and El-Sayed collaborated with Aaron Caughey, MD, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at UC-San Francisco, on this study. The research was supported by divisional and departmental study funds from Stanford’s Section of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Santa Clara Valley INFIRMARY.. Antibiotics may prevent wound problems of childbirth A single dose of antibiotics can significantly aid healing of the severe tearing occurring in vaginal tissues during many births, according to experts at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, the Stanford University College of Santa and Medicine Clara Valley INFIRMARY. The study may be the first to show that the easy treatment can prevent most of the short – and long-term repercussions of the fairly common complication of childbirth.11-year-old Sarah lived in a small Australian town with her family members. After first getting diagnosed as pregnant and then finally being diagnosed with a terminal cancer, Sarah was put through what can only be referred to as barbaric treatment at the tactile hands of doctors, hospital staff and government employees. Sarah’s treatment caused her to be diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder; due to her ordeal and treatments that were never going to extend her life.