Replacement for HexSense FETSs

In the past, for some switching assemblies, I have on occasion taken
advantage of the IR HexSense FET's. Big advantages at moderate currents of
not needing an external sense resistor, at the 'cost' of needing an op-amp
to generate a reasonably accurate current sense result, some drift on the
high current units, and care needed in the software to 'tweak' for
temperature effects. Typically using the IRCP250, at perhaps 20A.
Now looking at redesigning a board I made some time ago, using these, and
find that they are shown as 'Divested', by IR. They are available at
present, but are obviously not the way to go for a new design.
I found myself wondering what is being used to replace these?....

Best Wishes


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