SALT LAKE CITY (February 24, 2016) – Domain Surgical, a leading manufacturer of advanced thermal surgical instruments, announced today the issuance of four new patents by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office covering the control of ferromagnetic heating and combining ferromagnetic technology with other modalities for use in surgical procedures.

The patents issued are numbers:

  • 9,265,553 – Inductively Heated Multi-Mode Surgical Tool
  • 9,265,554 – Thermal Adjustable Surgical System and Method
  • 9,265,555 – Multi-Mode Surgical Tool
  • 9,265,556 – Thermally Adjustable Surgical Tool, Balloon Catheters and Sculpting of Biologic Materials

These most recent patent issuances bring Domain Surgical’s total number of issued U.S. patents to 26. Additional U.S. and foreign patents are pending.

“These latest patents represent our ongoing commitment to grow the extensive intellectual property portfolio surrounding our novel thermal surgical technology,” stated David McNally, President and CEO of Domain Surgical. “Domain Surgical has invested heavily in securing patents covering ferromagnetic technology, and we plan to leverage this intellectual property as we continue to expand our product line into a broader range of surgical sub-specialties.”

Domain Surgical’s FMX Ferromagnetic Surgical System uses ferromagnetic technology to precisely cut, coagulate, and seal tissue; with a fraction of tissue injury compared to other surgical technologies, and without passing electrical current through the patient. The FMX system is used in numerous surgical sub-specialties including cardiothoracic, head & neck, neuro, surgical oncology, and more.

About Domain Surgical, Inc.
Domain Surgical, Inc. is a privately held company based in Salt Lake City, Utah. The company has commercialized a surgical platform for precise cutting and coagulation of soft tissue. Domain Surgical’s patented technology produces surface-only tissue effects without passing electrical energy through the patient, and is designed to provide unparalleled safety and predictability in the most critical surgical applications. For more information, please visit