From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpull (somebody) through phrasal verb1SURVIVEto stayalive after you have been very ill or badly injured, or to help someone do thisHis injuries are severe but he’s expected to pull through. → bring (somebody) throughat bring2SUCCEED IN DOING somethingto succeed in doing something very difficult, or to help someone to do thisHe relied on his experience to pull him through. →pull→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
pull through• Can your tutorspull you through?• These talks have pulled me through a lot of times.