The BNF database includes the dm+d IDs that correspond to BNF drug records, and so you can find the BNF data from the dm+d ID of a medicine. Thus, BNF drug records in FormularyComplete have a page URL in the form
but the same record in the database on your server (in this case Velcade) can also be accessed at
However, dm+d medicine IDs frequently have more than one corresponding record in the database. Where there is one record in the BNF and one in the BNF for Children, the page reached by the dmd path will be the search results page with the two record links. Indeed, several drugs have records in more than one chapter of each publication. Where the BNF contains a topic and a monograph for the same virtual therapeutic moiety (cf disulfiram, for example) or includes a non-proprietary preparation record, the web page reached may be more general or more specialized than you expected.
In sticking to the BNF publication structure, FormularyComplete is thus designed more for navigation by human users than for interfacing with other clinical software systems.