Endoscopic extraperitoneal and laparoscopic transperitoneal radical prostatectomy are well established surgical procedures for the treatment of localised prostate cancer. Bleeding is one of the potential risk factors and achieving effective haemostasis remains a vital step of all methods of minimal invasive radical prostatectomy including robot-assisted prostatectomy. This video demonstrates various measures of controlling bleeding from commonest sites of haemorrhage such as injury to the epigastric vessels, bleeding from the prostatic pedicle and the Santorini plexus during the dissection of the prostate as well as from the neurovascular bundles during nerve sparing procedure.