Therapeutic procedures for thrombosis of the cavernous sinus can be different, depending on both the age of the patient and the intensity of pathological manifestations and the root cause of the disease. If drug therapy is ineffective, surgery is prescribed with further rehabilitation measures. 
The main focus of treatment is to restore the patency of the cavernous sinus. There are known facts of the successful use of thrombolysis, however, against its background, the risk of developing hemorrhages significantly increases. To date, anticoagulants, for example, low molecular weight heparins, are at the forefront of the treatment plan.  As experts point out, the use of direct anticoagulants at the acute stage of thrombosis significantly optimizes the prognosis and reduces the percentage of mortality and disability among patients. ,
In case of infectious thrombosis of the cavernous sinus, antibiotic therapy is prescribed in high doses, with the use of drugs with extensive antibacterial activity - in particular, cephalosporins:
- Ceftriaxone in the amount of 2 g per day as an intravenous infusion;
- Meropenem, Ceftazidine 6 g per day as an intravenous infusion;
- Vancomycin 2 g per day intravenously.
Be sure to examine and act on the primary infectious focus: if necessary, resort to surgical assistance (the operation should not precede antibiotic therapy). 
After the acute stage of cavernous sinus thrombosis, indirect oral anticoagulants (Warfarin, Acenocoumarol) are prescribed, with an INR orientation in the range of 2-3. It is advisable to use direct anticoagulants until such indicators of the international normalized ratio are achieved. 
In the aseptic form of pathology, heparin is used in the amount of 2.5-5 thousand units in the form of intravenous or subcutaneous injections. The dosage is gradually increased to 70 thousand units per day. The therapy is continued until a positive symptomatic dynamics is achieved.
In addition to the main treatment, measures are taken to prevent the development of complications - for example, seizures or increased intracranial pressure. For this purpose, anticonvulsants are used, artificial ventilation of the lungs is performed (hyperventilation with (+) expiratory pressure), osmotic diuretics are prescribed. When taking diuretics, it should be borne in mind that excessive excretion of fluid can negatively affect the rheological qualities of the blood, which can aggravate the formation of blood clots. 
In some cases - in particular, with cerebral edema - glucocorticoids are used, although their effectiveness remains questionable.
With a particularly severe course of thrombosis of the cavernous sinus, with compression of the cerebral structures, according to indications, decompression is performed in the form of hemicraniotomy.