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Pza Ciba Suspension 100ml

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Pza Ciba 250 MG Description

Pza Ciba syrup is a prescription medicine used to manage tuberculosis or TB infection (a serious bacterial infection that mainly affects the lungs). It consists of only one active ingredient: pyrazin

amide. This medicine is commonly used along with other anti-TB medications since the bacteria can develop resistance quickly. Doctors usually prescribe Pza Ciba syrup for at least a few months. The duration also depends on various aspects, such as the severity of infection in the patient. Follow your doctor’s directions for using Pza Ciba syrup. It is important that you do not stop this medicine before completing the course, even if you feel better. Or else, the infection might return, and the TB bacteria may develop resistance and make it even harder to manage the disease.


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ContainsPyrazinamide(250.0 Mg)
Uses Tuberculosis infection
Side effectsstomach upset, nausea, vomiting, itching, fever, loss of appetite, salivation, excess sputum, blurred vision, joint swelling, joint pain, Gout.
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Uses of Pza Ciba 250 MG

  • As per CDSCO, Pza Ciba syrup is used to manage tuberculosis infection.

Contraindications of Pza Ciba 250 MG

  • If you have a history of allergic reactions to any of the components of Pza Ciba syrup.
  • If you have been diagnosed with gout or have increased uric acid levels in the body.
  • If you have a red blood cell condition known as Porphyria.
  • If you have a sudden or severe liver failure.
  • If you have extreme skin sensitivity to direct sunlight.
  • If you have a history of visual disorders like optic neuritis
  • If you have a history of alcohol addiction.

Side effects of Pza Ciba 250 MG

  • Chills
  • Joint pains
  • Blurred or loss of vision
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Weight loss
  • Bleeding or bruising

Precautions and Warnings of Pza Ciba 250 MG



Can I take the Pza Ciba syrup during pregnancy?
If you are pregnant and are diagnosed with tuberculosis infection, take the medications in the exact way prescribed by the doctor. You may worry about your child’s health, but not taking anti-TB medicines can cause even more severe infections and sometimes death. Pza Ciba syrup medicine may reach the baby, but studies have not shown any fetal problems.

Breast Feeding

Can I take the Pza Ciba syrup while breastfeeding?
It is important to breastfeed the baby, even if you are taking Pza Ciba syrup. Some amount of Pza Ciba syrup may pass into the breast milk, but it can be too little to cause any harm. For other information, please consult your doctor.


Can I drive if I have taken the Pza Ciba syrup?
There is not enough data available on the safety of Pza Ciba syrup while driving. However, if you notice having symptoms such as dizziness or blurred vision, do not drive.


Can I consume alcohol with the Pza Ciba syrup?
No, try not to consume too much alcohol with Pza Ciba syrup. It can interfere with the effects of this medicine.

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • You have already had tuberculosis before and used the Pza Ciba syrup before to treat TB.
  • You want to stop using Pza Ciba syrup before fiinish the entire course. TB infection may come back, and it will become harder to fight the bacteria.
  • You are on oral birth control pills. Pza Ciba medicine reduces their effectiveness, especially when used with other TB medicines.
  • You take certain antacids regularly. Try not to take antacids immediately after taking Pza Ciba syrup.
  • You have diabetes. Pza Ciba syrup can cause fluctuations in blood sugar levels.

Mode of Action of Pza Ciba 250 MG

How Does It Work?

Pza Ciba syrup has only one active component: pyrazinamide. It slows the growth of TB bacteria by preventing the effect of specific proteins in the bacteria. Pyrazinamide has an unusual mechanism of...
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Directions for Use of Pza Ciba 250 MG

  • Take Pza Ciba syrup exactly as advised by the doctor for the entire prescribed duration.
  • Try to take it 1 to 2 hours before consuming food.
  • Do not exceed the prescribed dosage of Pza Ciba syrup.
  • Do not take Pza Ciba syrup if the package has been already opened.
  • Do not suddenly stop taking this syrup, as the infection can return.
  • Inform your doctor if you want to take other medications with Pza Ciba syrup.

Interactions of Pza Ciba 250 MG

Interactions with other medicines

  • Inform your doctor if you are using medicines like allopurinol, colchicine, or probenecid for Gout. These medicines can interfere with Pza Ciba syrup.
  • If you are currently using phenytoin (anti-seizure medicine) or disulfiram (for alcohol addiction), using Pza Ciba syrup will increase the level of these medicines in the blood and cause adverse effec...
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  • If you are using blood thinners (warfarin), birth control pills, certain diabetic medicines (sulfonylureas), etc, Pza Ciba syrup can lower the level of these medicines in the blood.
  • Using this syrup with the second line of TB medicines, such as Ethionamide, can increase the side effects.

Interactions with food items

  • Try to take Pza Ciba syrup on an empty stomach, or else the food can interfere with the effectiveness of this medicine. If you experience severe stomach upset, you can take this syrup after a meal.
  • Avoid caffeine, sodium, spicy condiments, processed sugar and flour.
  • Do not eat foods containing saturated and trans fats as they worsen the TB symptoms.
  • You should avoid tobacco during the treatment of TB infection.
  • If you are using other TB medicines with this syrup, try to avoid food with high tyramine content such as aged cheese, cured meat, soy sauce, beer, red wine, etc.

Storage and disposal of Pza Ciba 250 MG

Store Pza Ciba syrup in dry conditions and at room temperature. Keep this bottle away from wet surfaces, direct sunlight, and humidity. Keep Pza Ciba syrup away from the reach of children and pets. ...
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Dosage of Pza Ciba 250 MG


Overdose of Pza Ciba syrup causes symptoms like stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, slurred speech, increased heart rate, lack of consciousness, or urinary retention. If you experience symptoms of Pza Cib...
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Missed a Dose

It is important not to miss even a single dose of the Pza Ciba syrup. However, if you miss a scheduled dose and it is the same day, take it. If you recall the next day, skip the missed dose and take P...
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Content Details


Dr. Vijay Y

MBBS, MD in Clinical Pharmacology

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Q: Can I use antacid medicines while using the Pza Ciba syrup?

A: It is generally not recommended to use both of these medicines at the same time. Do not take antacids within 2 hours of taking Pza Ciba syrup, as antacids can lower the effectiveness of this medicine.

Q: Can I stop using the Pza Ciba syrup if I am feeling better and I don't have symptoms anymore?

A: No, do not stop using Pza Ciba syrup any time without consulting the doctor, even if you are feeling better. TB bacteria die very slowly, and it takes a long time to remove them completely. If you stop the medicines, the bacteria will multiply again and may gain resistance to the current management of the disease.

Q: Can we give Pza Ciba syrup to children?

A: Yes, Pza Ciba syrup is considered safe in children along with other first-line medicines for TB infection. However, it should be given only after consulting with a doctor.
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Last Updated on: 04 Jun 2022 | 11:01 AM (IST)
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