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Manufacturer: InSound Medical, Newark, Calif.
Supply and design: Center for Medical Device Innovations
This hearing aid doesn't need to be surgically implanted. It's worn deep in the ear canal all day and night, and its proprietary battery lasts 120 days. Patients pay a subscription fee. When the device runs out, a doctor can swap it out in 10 minutes.