Thermedx FluidSmart Fluid management system

For use in gynecology & urology

The Thermedx FluidSmart system is a fluid management system for irrigation, distention, fluid warming, and deficit measurements. This multifunctional system can be used for a variety of procedures in gynecology and urology. The potential advantages of the continuous warmed and automated fluid irrigation system may include lowered chance of perioperative hypothermia complications(1),(3),(4) and improved operating room (OR) efficiency leading to more cost savings.(2),(5)

Thermedx FluidSmart Fluid management system

FluidSmart features: 

  • Step-by-step instructions displayed on screen for easy set-up
  • On-demand fluid warming to specified set temperature* 
  • Adjustable fluid pressurization 
  • Non-pulsating flow to enhance visualization 
  • High pressure capabilities for ureteroscopies**

Fluid management, made easy.

For Urology

Fluid warming

On-demand fluid warming to specified set temperature* which may help in the prevention of preoperative hypothermia1


Non-pulsatile flow

Provides clear visualization during a procedure


Proprietary lure-lock adapters

For all urological procedures, including ureteroscopy (for use up to 300 mmHg)

For Gynecology

Fluid deficit monitoring

Real-time monitoring and display of fluid deficit


Enhanced safety features

Adjustable notifications for deficit, pressure, and perforation



Change fluid bags and canisters without disrupting a surgical procedure



Thermedx FluidSmart - Features - Procedural presets | Simple touchscreen navigation | Capacity to hold up to 5 liter bags per hook | Change bags and canisters without interruption | On demand fluid warming | Ability to print sumary of case | Peristaltic pump provides non pulsatile flow

FluidSmart provides steady irrigation to support pressure management3 and increases nurse satisfaction when compared to a hand pump.2

Warmed fluid on demand

Warmed fluid on demand 

An in vitro ureteroscopy model demonstrated FluidSmart has faster fluid heating capabilities compared to other automated irrigation systems.3

Highest nurse satisfaction

Higher nurse satisfaction 

A survey of 28 circulating nurses showed significantly higher satisfaction using FluidSmart compared to a hand pump in percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) cases (94% vs 44%, p<0.001) and compared to a hand pump in ureteroscopy cases (92% vs 65%, p<0.001).2



Fluid warming and display of fluid temperature measurement may help in the prevention of perioperative hypothermia. Perioperative hypothermia may lead to the following adverse outcomes1,4

Increased postoperative wound infections

Increased postoperative 
wound infections4

Prolonged hospital stay

Prolonged hospital stay4

Greater intraoperative blood loss

Greater intraoperative
blood loss4



FluidSmart increases cost savings by increasing OR turnover, OR efficiency, reducing pump set up and pump time.2

Less OR staff needed

Less OR staff needed 

One less circulating nurse may be needed to manage fluid irrigation when using FluidSmart compared to hand pump irrigation in PCNL cases. Assuming total PCNL OR time is 2.3 hours and $57/hour as the average hourly salary of a circulating nurse. This results in an estimated savings of $131 per procedure.2

12 minutes less OR time

12 minutes less OR time 

Total procedure time for myomectomy procedures were reduced by an average of 12 minutes (46 min vs 34 min) when using FluidSmart’s continuously warmed fluid versus warming cabinet fluid.5 This results in an estimated savings of $432 per procedure.5,6

Reduced pump time

Reduced pump time 

Compared to a handpump, FluidSmart reduced the pump set up by an average of 7.6 minutes (9.8 min vs 2.2 min) and reduced pump time up to 29 minutes in PCNL cases.2