Picc was placed in a patient from the left side and 3cg tech was used to verify tip location. With this particular insertion, the navigation system, Sherlock, showed the picc dropping approx. mid subclavian region and changes in the p waves were noted. So per guidelines, the picc tip was in the lower third of the svc verified by obtaining max p waves. With a routine am cxr, the primary Rn called our picc team to inform them that the radilogist commented about a possible left side svc and the picc tip was visualized in the distal left svc. Our question is, is it considered a malpositioned picc if the patient has a double left sided svc and is it safe to leave the picc if the tip is in the left sided svc?