General surgical procedures are subject to low-light conditions or a narrow angle of view, and such limitations in light limit visibility and complicate the given surgical procedure. Conventional lighted surgical tools rely on an external light source, which may be oriented into a cavity or mounted on a surgical instrument such as retractor, endoscopes, or suction tubes. However, such conventional lighted instruments do not provide adequate lighting during various surgical procedures. Here, we present a soft, miniaturized magnetic-enabled wireless surgical lighting patty. Specifically, the proposed surgical lighting patty that can be temporarily implanted into a cavity or surgical corridor provides lighting to the surgical subject and manages fluids in a surgical field. The surgical lighting patty is a multilayer patty, two outer layers of the lighted surgical patty and the center lighted layer. A reed switch in the central layer can activate the power supply in response to a magnet to emit the light from the light source. The result allows a dramatically simplified wireless operation. Moreover, it can provide various wavelengths of light to a surgical field for purposes such as illuminating the surgeons field of vision, exciting dyes, and sterilizing surgical fields.