I was wondering if 'come off' fixes the context below.
1. The company, coming off a $ 1 million deficit, has been in danger of being shut down. This one is okay, Retro.
2. The doctor's told James, who is coming off heart surgery [a cardiac arrest], to cut down on his smoking.
It doesn't sound right with "a cardiac arrest".
3. Jacke, who's coming off the flu, is feeling weak.
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