This has been a pain for kids with injections, so it looks like soon kids will have a choice. Antares has several devices on the site, one pictured below, which may or may not be the specific one used.
Recently a study with inhaled growth hormones was conducted as well. This is reported to be the first of five products to be released from the partnership with Antares and Teva. BD
Teva, the world's largest generic drug maker, and Antares filed a supplemental new drug application last year to use the needle-free device to administer Tev-Tropin, a human growth hormone.
Human growth hormone is a protein, given by injection, that is commonly used to treat children with growth hormone deficiency.