Thrombosis is a harmful activation of the clotting process, which is associated with the occurrence of blood vessel-related diseases. Pathological enhancement of the clotting cascade causes thrombosis, and activated factor X (FXa) is pivotal to this process. Researchers showed that dielectric blood coagulometry provided an easy to use method to detect changes in FXa activity in the presence of various drugs that inhibit the actions of FXa.