The aim of this project is the development of methods for the prophylactic treatment of peritoneal injuries during laparoscopic and open pelvic surgery to prevent postoperative adhesions. Intraabdominal adhesions are a serious postoperative complication occurring in 50 to 90% of all open and laparoscopic abdominal surgeries. Postoperative adhesions often cause chronic pain syndromes as well as further far-reaching consequences for the affected patients such as bowel obstruction, infertility and problems during sexual intercourse. The individual, social and economic relevance is correspondingly high (only USA up to $ 1 billion per year). Regarding the still increasing number of surgical interventions, there is a high need for effective, user-friendly and economically compatible technologies for the prophylaxis of postoperative intrabdominal adhesions in future.